Brain Rules, a book review

Dr Shock
July 10, 2009

Brain Rules is the title of an excellent book. If your new to neuroscience of “brain science” this book is an excellent starting point. In a clear and funny way it explains complicated brain functions and their use in every day life. I read it with much pleasure. The author, John Medina uses entertaining examples and stories to substantiate the recent results of neuroscience research without loosing nuance.

How do we learn? What exactly do sleep and stress do to our brains? Why is multi-tasking a myth? Why is it so easy to forget—and so important to repeat new knowledge?

You can buy the book with a DVD.

The Brain Rules DVD is a lively tour of the 12 Brain Rules. You will experience firsthand Medina’s rare gift for making science fun, accessible, and relevant. Watch the DVD as an introduction to the book. Special features include: Short clips from all 12 Brain Rules, including the 3 p.m. nap zone, the Jennifer Aniston neuron, death by PowerPoint, and more Bonus material for business leaders and teachers, MP3s from the Brain Rules audio book, NTSC All Region

The book is accompanied by a website with a lot of information.

Related posts on this blog:

The Switch That Lifts Depression, from the Best of the Brain, book review. This book needs some preliminary knowledge.

 

One Response to “Brain Rules, a book review”

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: